Beirut-based Starch Foundation presented new Spring-Summer 2014 collection during Fashion Forward (FFWD) event. The Starch Foundation is a non-profit organization which helps promoting Lebanese emerging designers. This season designers are Jo Baaklini and Timi Hayek. Timi Hayek notes that this year's collection is made for women who want to feel modern, comfort, fresh and chic. Designer combined stripes, prints, pleats, while the colors are navy blue, monochrome and ivory. I personally love the sheer fabrics use. My favorite look is one dress with a collar which features a drawn digital print. Designer Jo Baaklini line comes with strong colors, graphic prints and classic cuts. His season was inspired by warm climes of the Levant and Gulf.
Male model appears in dark blue jacket, fruit print shirt with rolled up sleeves, cuffed turquoise chinos and see through plastic sandals.
A collarless shirt in dark navy, white shorts and transparent sandals.
Polka dot button-down, blue shorts and patent look sandals.
Salmon pink day dress with short rolled up sleeves in polka dots.
Blue dress with rolled up sleeves.
A turquoise jacket styled with fruit button-down and belted rolled up chinos.
A striped and fruit print tee worn with summer shorts.
A semi-casual jacket worn with loose-fit shirt and black trousers.
Photographers: Ian Gavan & Stuart Wilson